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Food Perfect for Camping Trips

Posted on January 23, 2008 by dorisch

Are you interested in going on a camping trip in the near future? If you are, you will soon find that you have a number of different decisions to make. One of the many decisions that you will have to make, when looking to plan a camping trip, involves deciding what type of food, drinks, and snacks you would like to bring along with you, other than packing your camping gear. If you would like assistance with doing so, you will want to continue reading on.
One of the many food items that you will want to think about bringing along with you on your next camping trip is that of meat. Meat is a popular camping food, as many campers like to cook outdoors and have a barbeque. When it comes to meat, you have a number of different options, including chicken, steak, hot dogs, hamburgers, and sausages. If you buy your meat ahead of time and freeze it, be sure to leave enough time for your meat to properly thaw before each of your meals. Also, be sure to keep your meat cold in a cooler filled with ice.

As nice as barbequed meats are, many campers like to have full meals. If that is the case with you and the rest of your camping party, you may want to think about buying a few bagged salads. Bagged salads are nice, as they are pre-made and they come in a number of different styles, including ones filled with other vegetables. What you will want to do though is make sure that your bagged salads are kept in a cooler and that each opened bag is sealed with a rubber band or a bag clip.

Condiments are just a few of other items that you will want to think about brining along with you on your next camping trip. Your condiments may include mayonnaise, salad dressing, relish, ketchup, and mustard. What you may want to think about doing is just buying each of these items new for your camping trip. As nice as many of those outdoor camping condiment containers are, they can be messy to fill and transport. With most condiment items, like ketchup and mustard, costing less than two dollars each, it may be more than worth it for you to just buy your condiments new.





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